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Rovers are on the rise again, says Corry

Evans believes even better times are ahead at Ewood Park following a strong start to life back in the Championship

9 October 2018

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Corry Evans believes things are looking up again for Rovers following a good start to the season in their return to the Championship.

Evans is one of the longest-serving players having joined the club in the summer of 2013 from Hull City, and has appeared 162 times for the club since.
The 28-year-old Northern Ireland international has experienced highs and lows in his five years as a Rover, but feels the future is a bright one at Ewood Park following a solid first 12 games in the league.
“It’s been a good start and we’ve carried on from last season. We’re disappointed we’re not a little bit higher, to be honest.

“The manager changed the mentality when he came in and we’re used to winning games. We’ve carried things on from last season and have lost two of 12 in the league. It’s been a good start.

“We’ve got the fans behind us, have changed the style and we’re all heading in the same direction right now. The manager has done a terrific job.

“I’ve seen a massive change in the club from when I first signed. We got back in touch with the fans last season and the feeling is good. The support from them has been phenomenal. The fans have made Ewood a bit of a fortress."

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